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Brands  >  Sakura

Sakura
Sakura Colour Corporation of Japan started in 1921 as a crayon manufacturer and developed the innovative Cray-Pas range of oil pastels. In the 1980's Sakura widened their interests into ink and developed the sub-micron pigments required for dispensing waterproof and lightfast drawing ink through the narrowest of nibs structures. The result was the legendary Pigma range of drawing pens.
In 1984 Sakura shocked the established pen manufacturers when they launched the world's first gel ink. Gelly Roll quickly became synonymous with gel pens and other major manufacturers scrambled to jump on the gel bandwagon. Sakura now manufactures a wide range of high-quality niche pens for crafting, marking and drawing.
'Sakura' means cherry blossom in Japanese and a stylised cherry blossom flower forms the Sakura logo.
Gelly Roll
The amazing Gelly Roll Gel Pens range of crafting pens, including Glaze, Souffle, Stardust, Metallics and more
Pigma
Sakura Pigma is a legendary archival pen in a huge range of sizes and colours.
Sakura Markers
A wide range of Sakura Markers including Identi-pen, Pen-Touch and Permapaque.
Sumo Grip Pencil
Sakura Sumo Grip Pencil
Brands  >  Sakura